DIY ProjectsDIY Log Splitter Split Logs Without an Axe

DIY Log Splitter Split Logs Without an Axe

If your family burns a lot of wood make this diy log splitter and even older kids can help split logs with a mallet instead of an axe.

DIY Log Splitter Split Logs Without an Axe

One of the most unpleasant chore that is absolutely necessary when it comes to heating your home with a wood burning stove or fireplace is preparing the firewood. Having an adequate supply of wood means having locate and cutting down a number of trees. Then cutting the trunks of the trees down into usable length and then splitting them for easier stacking and loading the into the fire.

This video was designed to introduce the reader to a way to make a wood splitting tool that takes away the back break part of log splitting. This diy log splitter that will allow pretty much anyone to safely split logs without an axe is from, Mr. Sun Y.

This is a pretty nice tool for anyone that needs to split wood. making them could be a nice little side job for some extra income for anyone that enjoys welding too. For anyone that would rather buy one that make it you can buy this Kindling Cracker Firewood Kindling Splitter.

The tool described in this video could be one of most invaluable homemade tools that you can make for yourself. The video describes all of the things that you will need to have and also describes in detail what it takes in order to make it. All of the information that is in video is presented in way that makes it really easy to follow.

Benefits of watching the video DIY Projects: DIY Log Splitter Split Logs Without an Axe

Discover how easy it is to turn simple lengths of rebar into this powerful log splitter.
The DIY project describes all of the materials, supplies, and tools needed to get started.

The project also includes an easy to follow visual tutorial that covers all of the steps from start to finish.
The video is the perfect medium to be used in order to share all of the information.


Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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